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Report: Celtic star in talks over £10m move to Bundesliga giant

Celtic right-back Jeremie Frimpong is set to complete a deal to Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen in the coming days, according to the Daily Record. The 20-year-old is expected to join the German outfit after Celtic manager Neil Lennon confirmed the club had accepted an offer in excess of £10m. Frimpong recently played down reported interest in him from Serie A giants Roma. But the youngster has since told Lennon he wants to leave the Glasgow side during the current transfer window. The defender has two years

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Report: Celtic star in talks over £10m move to Bundesliga giant

Not happening – Spanish journo shuts down Benitez to Celtic story

Spanish journalist Guillem Balague has said that Rafa Benitez will not be the next Celtic manager after The Mirror said that the Spaniard was set to be announced as Neil Lennon’s replacement. However, Balague has shut down this rumour. The BBC journalist, who specialises in La Liga and The Premier League, said the former Valenica and Liverpool boss would be resting for a while before eyeing a return to management but it wouldn’t be with Celtic or Newcastle. Rafael Benitez will not be Celtic or Newcastle's

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Not happening – Spanish journo shuts down Benitez to Celtic story

Celtic lose Jeremie Frimpong; divisive, but with undeniable potential

Celtic were inevitably going to lose a star sometime soon. Odsonne Edouard changed agents, Ajer had attracted glances from Serie A. And although there had been reported interest: Jeremie Frimpong, you’re breaking our hearts here. The Dutch youngster may be a frustrating figure at times, but having only signed in 2019, his potential is undeniable. Having made the second-most appearances of any Celtic player this season WhoScored?, his inevitable departure will leave a massive hole in the first-team. Subscribe

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Celtic lose Jeremie Frimpong; divisive, but with undeniable potential

Jeremie Frimpong closing in on Celtic exit

Neil Lennon revealed Jeremie Frimpong looks to be on his way out of Celtic after the club received "a robust offer" for the full-back. The Hoops boss would not confirm the club which is set to land the 20-year-old Dutch defender who signed for the Scottish champions from Manchester City for £300,000 in 2019. However, he did confirm Frimpong was abroad negotiating a move from the Parkhead club. Lennon said: "Jeremie is abroad at the minute speaking to a club. That deal looks like it may go through. "This hasn't

amp.sportsmole.co.uk ,  36min 0
Jeremie Frimpong closing in on Celtic exit

Report states Celtic star Frimpong's unnnamed club is Bayer Leverkusen

(Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images) Neil Lennon confirmed in Tuesday’s press conference that Celtic defender Jeremie Frimpong is currently abroad in the midst of negotiations with an unnamed club over a move this month – and now, the Record have claimed that club is Bayer Leverkusen. Frimpong, 20, joined Celtic on a free transfer in the summer of 2019 and was pretty much an unknown. However, he has since starred for the Scottish champions – with his performances and off-the-field charisma striking a

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Report states Celtic star Frimpong's unnnamed club is Bayer Leverkusen

Jeremie Frimpong: Celtic accept ‘robust offer’ for full-back

Celtic paid around £300,000 to take Frimpong from Manchester City Celtic have accepted a “robust offer” for Jeremie Frimpong, after the full-back “made it clear he wanted to leave”, says manager Neil Lennon. The 20-year-old Dutchman is currently abroad finalising the transfer. He moved to Celtic Park on a four-year deal from Manchester City in September 2019 and has scored three goals in 51 appearances for the Glasgow club. “The club received a really robust offer and we felt it was good business,”

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Jeremie Frimpong: Celtic accept ‘robust offer’ for full-back

Frank Lampard to Celtic? Nah, you're ok thanks.

So, the papers are talking up Frank Lampard as the next Celtic manager. The Sun are suggesting it could happen. Lampard recently left the club where he was a playing hero, Chelsea. After a short, mediocre stint with Derby County, his name-brand secured him one of the biggest jobs in Europe, where he lasted a season and a half. In fairness to “Lamps”, Chelsea finished 4th last season, hamstrung by a summer transfer window ban BBC. Subscribe to 67 Hail Hail TV now When Roman Abramovic gave Lampard funds,

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Frank Lampard to Celtic? Nah, you're ok thanks.

Report claims Celtic have been offered experienced ex-Ligue 1 midfielder

A report from French daily newspaper Le Parisien has stated that Celtic have been offered former Ligue 1 man Giannelli Imbula. Imbula has been without a club since leaving Russian club Sochi at the end of last season. The Congolese star has been training on his own since July 2020. The midfielder has played for the likes of Marseille, Porto, and Stoke City in the past. Back in 2015, he signed for the Portuguese club in a mammoth €20million (£17.7m) Goal However, his career has been on a decline since then.

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Report claims Celtic have been offered experienced ex-Ligue 1 midfielder

Rangers told to make "good offer" for target, Frank Lampard and Celtic job 'interest', Ntcham & Rogic tipped to be sold, Hibs duo wanted, Aberdeen price English side out of move

There is just seven days remaining of the Scottish football transfer window and there has been a flurry of activity of late. Teams are now in the home stretch where they know what they want from their squads with players becoming available, while the transfer haggle in some instances increases with time running out. It becomes more complex and interesting with teams playing games during the week then again at the weekend which will likely lead to a frantic transfer deadline day on Monday. Ross County will sign

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Rangers told to make

Why Celtic fans should be excited about the summer; not fearful

There haven’t been many reasons for Celtic fans to get excited this season, but when they look ahead to the summer, they certainly should. When many look at the massive rebuilding job ahead for the club, the automatic reaction is to be fearful. It’s to be concerned that there’s so much to do and not a lot of time to do it in. You can see the merit in it. But it’s important to look at the positives. This could very well be the change this football club has needed for the last 12 months. The scale of the

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Why Celtic fans should be excited about the summer; not fearful

“Rogic and Ntcham must be sold” Pundit on who should be sold in January

There has been a lot of talk of who should leave Celtic this window and speculation mainly on star striker Odsonne Edouard’s future especially with clubs like Leicester City, West Ham United, Arsenal and Real Madrid all being linked to the Hoops talisman. There are players that I think many Celtic fans would be happy to lose this window but Si Ferry, speaking on GO Radio and transcribed by The Scottish Sun, reckons there would be uproar if Edouard was sold this window. Ferry said, “I don’t think you can

celtic.vitalfootball.co.uk ,  16h 0
“Rogic and Ntcham must be sold” Pundit on who should be sold in January

Scottish football transfer LIVE: Celtic's Edouard wanted by Hammers; Rangers set out defensive plan, Hearts striker 'an absolute steal', Hibs man linked abroad

It’s been a slow start to the January transfer window, but business has begun to pick up in recent days. Already today we’ve had moves made by Rangers to seal deals for Scott Wright from Aberdeen and to tie down promising efender Nathan patterson on a longer deal. Celtic’s stars continue to attract interest while Hearts have made the biggest signing of the day – literally – by landing Ivorian giant Armand Gnanduillet from under the noses of a host of English clubs. There is, of course, plenty of other

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Scottish football transfer LIVE: Celtic's Edouard wanted by Hammers; Rangers set out defensive plan, Hearts striker 'an absolute steal', Hibs man linked abroad

Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham, Leicester: The four club chase for Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard

West Ham United, Leicester City, Arsenal and Spurs are all in the hunt for Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard, The Daily Record has reported. The Hammers have made no official approach despite speculation in recent days, the paper states. The Glasgow Times have reported recently the Frenchman is unlikely to leave Celtic during this transfer window. Subscribe to 67 Hail Hail TV now However, with less than 18 months remaining on his contract, he’s expected to attract several suitors in the summer. The Record believes

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Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham, Leicester: The four club chase for Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard

Chelsea show Celtic how painless it can be to sack a club legend

I’m not normally one to keep a close eye on the actions of Chelsea or the career of Frank Lampard. I am a Celtic supporter after all. However, when they announced the exit of their head coach this morning, it piqued my interest for a couple of reasons. First, it’s always interesting to see what becomes the breaking point for big clubs to let go of managers when your own is struggling. Subscribe to 67 Hail Hail TV now More importantly, there aren’t many more iconic figures associated with Chelsea in the

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Chelsea show Celtic how painless it can be to sack a club legend

Scottish football transfer RECAP: Celtic set to lose out on pair of transfer targets amid Lennon uncertainty, Rangers signing compared to current Ibrox hero, Celtic chief 'should not be trusted'

The latest Scottish football transfer news on Monday, January 25 Another action-packed weekend of Scottish football is in the books. St Johnstone and Livingston will battle it out for the first trophy of the 2020/21 season after each side won their Betfred Cup semi-final clashes at Hampden. The Perth Saints stunned Hibs with a 3-0 triumph on Saturday evening despite the pre-match favourites dominating the early part of the match. Livingston, meanwhile, were able to ride a Scott Robinson opener all the way to

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Scottish football transfer RECAP: Celtic set to lose out on pair of transfer targets amid Lennon uncertainty, Rangers signing compared to current Ibrox hero, Celtic chief 'should not be trusted'

The condition that would make it acceptable for Celtic to sign nobody in January

When it comes to who Celtic will sign in January, we’ll all have our disagreements. Perhaps you felt it should’ve been Mark McKenzie who made the journey from Philadelphia Union. Or maybe you believed a Filip Benkovic return would’ve done the trick. Or a move for Preston centre-back Ben Davies. But here’s a thought. What if we don’t actually sign anyone? And what if that was actually deemed an acceptable course of action from the Celtic board? Subscribe to 67 Hail Hail TV now Hear me out. Yes, Neil

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The condition that would make it acceptable for Celtic to sign nobody in January